Lessons from Ike helping as outages lingerUtility says 17,000 still without power.2008 ordeal led to steps to speed workers to area
By Doug Page StaffWriter
Dayton Daily News
DAYTON, Ohio — Despite thousands of customers remaining without power. DP&L officials said the lessons learned from the remnants of Hurricane Ike in 2008 had them better prepared to begin quickly restoring power after the Friday's powerful wind storm Friday.
"We took Ike to heart," said Bryce Nickel, DP&L senior vice president for operations, "and it paid off."
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